IBM - Ajax and Web 2.0 Application Development

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IBM - Ajax and Web 2.0 Application Development : This course is designed for Web application developers who create interactive Web applications using Ajax._x000D_. This 4-day instructor-led course teaches software developers how to build the next generation of rich, interactive Web applications using Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) techniques using the IBM..
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IBM - Ajax and Web 2.0 Application Development : This course is designed for Web application developers who create interactive Web applications using Ajax._x000D_

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This 4-day instructor-led course teaches software developers how to build the next generation of rich, interactive Web applications using Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) techniques using the IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0. _x000D_

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With Ajax, the interaction model for Web applications has become more robust, allowing for continuous interaction and improved usability. Adding Ajax capabilities to applications offers users a more interactive, responsive experience that can provide an organization with benefits such as fewer abandoned transactions, longer user sessions, and higher completion rates. The WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0 is an IBM-supported solution for creating Ajax-based applications and mashups on WebSphere Application Server. In addition to providing Ajax development tools, this feature pack includes server enhancements to support common Web 2.0 applications patterns. _x000D_

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In this course, students learn the benefits of and the technical architecture for using Ajax in Web applications. This includes the role of key technologies such as JavaScript, Extensible Markup Language (XML), Web services, Representational State Transfer (REST), Web Remoting, and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). Students also learn the benefits of using an Ajax toolkit, such as the Dojo toolkit, which is provided in the WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0. Students learn how to use the provided Dojo widgets, how to extend Dojo to build their own widgets, and how Dojo can help with cross-browser JavaScript incompatibilities. The course also covers how to build Dojo-based applications and use compression to improve runtime performance. _x000D_

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In addition, students learn about the server-side requirements for Ajax application development, including how to use the Web remoting capability in the IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0 to connect directly to Enterprise Java services using REST. _x000D_

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Hands-on exercises using IBM Rational Application Developer V7.5, IBM WebSphere Application Server V7, and the IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0 are provided throughout the course, enabling students to build their skills applying Ajax to Web applications. Skills covered by the exercises include testing Ajax Web applications, developing REST Web services, JavaScript programming with Dojo, and creating custom Dojo widgets.

ZIELGRUPPE
This course is designed for Web application developers who create interactive Web applications using Ajax._x000D_

_x000D_

This 4-day instructor-led course teaches software developers how to build the next generation of rich, interactive Web applications using Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) techniques using the IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0. _x000D_

_x000D_

With Ajax, the interaction model for Web applications has become more robust, allowing for continuous interaction and improved usability. Adding Ajax capabilities to applications offers users a more interactive, responsive experience that can provide an organization with benefits such as fewer abandoned transactions, longer user sessions, and higher completion rates. The WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0 is an IBM-supported solution for creating Ajax-based applications and mashups on WebSphere Application Server. In addition to providing Ajax development tools, this feature pack includes server enhancements to support common Web 2.0 applications patterns. _x000D_

_x000D_

In this course, students learn the benefits of and the technical architecture for using Ajax in Web applications. This includes the role of key technologies such as JavaScript, Extensible Markup Language (XML), Web services, Representational State Transfer (REST), Web Remoting, and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). Students also learn the benefits of using an Ajax toolkit, such as the Dojo toolkit, which is provided in the WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0. Students learn how to use the provided Dojo widgets, how to extend Dojo to build their own widgets, and how Dojo can help with cross-browser JavaScript incompatibilities. The course also covers how to build Dojo-based applications and use compression to improve runtime performance. _x000D_

_x000D_

In addition, students learn about the server-side requirements for Ajax application development, including how to use the Web remoting capability in the IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0 to connect directly to Enterprise Java services using REST. _x000D_

_x000D_

Hands-on exercises using IBM Rational Application Developer V7.5, IBM WebSphere Application Server V7, and the IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0 are provided throughout the course, enabling students to build their skills applying Ajax to Web applications. Skills covered by the exercises include testing Ajax Web applications, developing REST Web services, JavaScript programming with Dojo, and creating custom Dojo widgets.

KURSINHALT
Kursziele
  • Describe the Java EE component model and its use in building server-side applications
  • Develop, debug, and test server-side applications using IBM Rational Application Developer and IBM WebSphere Application Server
  • Develop and test servlets using IBM WebSphere and IBM Rational tools
  • Develop and test JSP pages using IBM WebSphere and IBM Rational tools
  • Use JavaBeans, JSPs, and servlets in accordance with the model-view-controller (MVC) programming model
  • Develop, test, and use JSP custom tags
  • Describe deployment and runtime issues of Java EE-based applications including security, scalability, and work load management in the context of WebSphere Application Server
  • Assemble and perform integration testing of Java EE-based applications using WebSphere Application Server
  • Identify best practices for designing and building Web applications such as application frameworks and design patterns
Themenübersicht
  • Course introduction
  • Rich, interactive Web applications
  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • Exercise: Enhancing Web page interaction with JavaScript
  • Document object model
  • The Ajax Web development technique
  • Ajax and Web browser compatibility
  • Exercise: Implementing the Ajax Web development technique
  • Ajax development tools
  • Exercise: Testing the Ajax Web application
  • Web 2.0 protocols and data formats
  • REST Web services
  • Exercise: Developing REST Web services
  • IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0
  • Exercise: Exposing Enterprise Java resources to Ajax Web applications
  • Introduction to the Dojo toolkit
  • Exercise: Developing Ajax applications with Dojo core
  • Dijit: The Dojo widget library
  • Exercise: Using simple Dojo widgets
  • JavaScript programming with Dojo and Dijit
  • Exercise: JavaScript programming with Dojo and Dijit
  • Asynchronous requests with Dojo
  • Exercise: Invoking asynchronous requests with Dojo
  • Querying DOM with Dojo
  • Dojo data access
  • Exercise: Integrating response data into a Dojo widget
  • Custom Dojo widgets
  • Exercise: Creating a custom Dijit
  • Building and deploying Ajax applications
  • Exercise: Building and compressing a Dojo application
  • Course summary
Hinweise
  • Course language is German, student books in English


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